anubis080 wrote:Loving this course; very well manicured. I hope it can stay this way. Even though the signs are not yet up, you can tell where you go next since the mowed fairways link you to the next teepad.
The teepads are great since there is a release line set in the teepad, and then the teepad extends out another couple feet. Helps with footing for sure.
Even though the course is set in a flat field, pretty challenging course. Lot's of distance and VERY VERY slight hills. Excellent design, all the trees make for interesting shots out there. A good mix of backhand and forehand!
freburg36625 wrote:The designers have done a great job with what they had to work with. The lack of elevation is soon forgotten when you have to start making wide open shot selection and on the fly distance judgements. Its amazing how difficult it can be to execute a simple 300' hyzer when there are no landmarks. I also like the options off the tee on holes 1,4,5,11,14,17. I have seen air shots and rollers do equally well. Also a good mix of left to right and right to left tee shots. Great course all in all. Can't wait to see the first tournament layout with usdgc style O.B.
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